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Louisiana (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): article 5
y, is expected to place the same in the hands of some person who can or will act in defence of our country. Resolved, That a committee be appointed to issue a brief address to the citizens of the surrounding country in Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama setting forth the imminent dangers to which we are exposed from an invading army, and urging all able-bodied men to organize themselves into an army of defence, and hold themselves in readiness to march a any moment toourth resolutions were adopted without opposition. The fifth resolution was adopted, and the address which it called for was read by Col. J. T. Trezevant, as follows: To the Citizens of Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana: The long threatened invasion of the Valley of the Mississippi is at our doors. The enemies of our rights and liberties — our wives and children — our homes and firesides — are moving down upon us by land and water, in overwhelming number<
Mississippi (United States) (search for this): article 5
ed should the enemy descend the Valley of the Mississippi. Resolved, That Messrs. Miller, Apperson, McDavit and Nelson, be a committee to confer with the commanding generals at Columbus, and to tender to them such pecuniary aid as may be needed to expedite building of the submarine batteries they now have under construction. Resolved, That a committee be appointed to confer at once with our generals at Columbus, Ky., and urge upon them the necessity of immediately closing the Mississippi river at some point with formidable rafts or otherwise, under the supervision of a competent engineer. Laid on the table. The first, second, third and fourth resolutions were adopted without opposition. The fifth resolution was adopted, and the address which it called for was read by Col. J. T. Trezevant, as follows: To the Citizens of Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana: The long threatened invasion of the Valley of the Mississippi is at our d
Arkansas (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): article 5
in a company, is expected to place the same in the hands of some person who can or will act in defence of our country. Resolved, That a committee be appointed to issue a brief address to the citizens of the surrounding country in Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama setting forth the imminent dangers to which we are exposed from an invading army, and urging all able-bodied men to organize themselves into an army of defence, and hold themselves in readiness to march a anye first, second, third and fourth resolutions were adopted without opposition. The fifth resolution was adopted, and the address which it called for was read by Col. J. T. Trezevant, as follows: To the Citizens of Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana: The long threatened invasion of the Valley of the Mississippi is at our doors. The enemies of our rights and liberties — our wives and children — our homes and firesides — are moving down upon us by land and wa<
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 5
cannot join a company, is expected to place the same in the hands of some person who can or will act in defence of our country. Resolved, That a committee be appointed to issue a brief address to the citizens of the surrounding country in Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama setting forth the imminent dangers to which we are exposed from an invading army, and urging all able-bodied men to organize themselves into an army of defence, and hold themselves in readiness to the table. The first, second, third and fourth resolutions were adopted without opposition. The fifth resolution was adopted, and the address which it called for was read by Col. J. T. Trezevant, as follows: To the Citizens of Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana: The long threatened invasion of the Valley of the Mississippi is at our doors. The enemies of our rights and liberties — our wives and children — our homes and firesides — are moving down up<
Alabama (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 5
same in the hands of some person who can or will act in defence of our country. Resolved, That a committee be appointed to issue a brief address to the citizens of the surrounding country in Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama setting forth the imminent dangers to which we are exposed from an invading army, and urging all able-bodied men to organize themselves into an army of defence, and hold themselves in readiness to march a any moment to any point designated shoul. The first, second, third and fourth resolutions were adopted without opposition. The fifth resolution was adopted, and the address which it called for was read by Col. J. T. Trezevant, as follows: To the Citizens of Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana: The long threatened invasion of the Valley of the Mississippi is at our doors. The enemies of our rights and liberties — our wives and children — our homes and firesides — are moving down upon us by l<
a committee be appointed to issue a brief address to the citizens of the surrounding country in Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama setting forth the imminent dangers to which we are exposed from an invading army, and urging all able-bodied men to organize themselves into an army of defence, and hold themselves in readiness to march a any moment to any point designated should the enemy descend the Valley of the Mississippi. Resolved, That Messrs. Miller, Apperson, McDavit and Nelson, be a committee to confer with the commanding generals at Columbus, and to tender to them such pecuniary aid as may be needed to expedite building of the submarine batteries they now have under construction. Resolved, That a committee be appointed to confer at once with our generals at Columbus, Ky., and urge upon them the necessity of immediately closing the Mississippi river at some point with formidable rafts or otherwise, under the supervision of a competent engineer.
George H. Miller (search for this): article 5
ry. Resolved, That a committee be appointed to issue a brief address to the citizens of the surrounding country in Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama setting forth the imminent dangers to which we are exposed from an invading army, and urging all able-bodied men to organize themselves into an army of defence, and hold themselves in readiness to march a any moment to any point designated should the enemy descend the Valley of the Mississippi. Resolved, That Messrs. Miller, Apperson, McDavit and Nelson, be a committee to confer with the commanding generals at Columbus, and to tender to them such pecuniary aid as may be needed to expedite building of the submarine batteries they now have under construction. Resolved, That a committee be appointed to confer at once with our generals at Columbus, Ky., and urge upon them the necessity of immediately closing the Mississippi river at some point with formidable rafts or otherwise, under the supervision of a
J. T. Trezevant (search for this): article 5
der construction. Resolved, That a committee be appointed to confer at once with our generals at Columbus, Ky., and urge upon them the necessity of immediately closing the Mississippi river at some point with formidable rafts or otherwise, under the supervision of a competent engineer. Laid on the table. The first, second, third and fourth resolutions were adopted without opposition. The fifth resolution was adopted, and the address which it called for was read by Col. J. T. Trezevant, as follows: To the Citizens of Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana: The long threatened invasion of the Valley of the Mississippi is at our doors. The enemies of our rights and liberties — our wives and children — our homes and firesides — are moving down upon us by land and water, in overwhelming numbers. Within the next five days, perhaps, the great battle of the Mississippi will be fought at Columbus, Ky., and if our soldiers are then overpowe<
e be appointed to issue a brief address to the citizens of the surrounding country in Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama setting forth the imminent dangers to which we are exposed from an invading army, and urging all able-bodied men to organize themselves into an army of defence, and hold themselves in readiness to march a any moment to any point designated should the enemy descend the Valley of the Mississippi. Resolved, That Messrs. Miller, Apperson, McDavit and Nelson, be a committee to confer with the commanding generals at Columbus, and to tender to them such pecuniary aid as may be needed to expedite building of the submarine batteries they now have under construction. Resolved, That a committee be appointed to confer at once with our generals at Columbus, Ky., and urge upon them the necessity of immediately closing the Mississippi river at some point with formidable rafts or otherwise, under the supervision of a competent engineer. Laid on t
lved, That a committee be appointed to issue a brief address to the citizens of the surrounding country in Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama setting forth the imminent dangers to which we are exposed from an invading army, and urging all able-bodied men to organize themselves into an army of defence, and hold themselves in readiness to march a any moment to any point designated should the enemy descend the Valley of the Mississippi. Resolved, That Messrs. Miller, Apperson, McDavit and Nelson, be a committee to confer with the commanding generals at Columbus, and to tender to them such pecuniary aid as may be needed to expedite building of the submarine batteries they now have under construction. Resolved, That a committee be appointed to confer at once with our generals at Columbus, Ky., and urge upon them the necessity of immediately closing the Mississippi river at some point with formidable rafts or otherwise, under the supervision of a competent eng
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